Are you considering rehab? Find out if you're ready and learn what to expect when you enter a rehab facility here.
Suboxone dependence is not same as Suboxon addiction. What is the deference? How to end Suboxone dependence? We review here.
An exploration into nutrition and addiction recovery. Plus, a list of foods you SHOULD eat or should AVOID eating during the recovery process. Read our suggestions and find out more about health lifestyle changes in recovery here.
Psychoactive substances have long been connected to the creative process. But how does addiction affect creativity? And what’s the relationship between mental illness and creative work? A look at the darker side of the coin here.
A look at healthy teen behaviors vs. unhealthy…and just how video gaming, late nights up, and rebellion MAY NOT be associated to addiction as strongly as we once thought. Plus, a call to parents to “flip your focus” and the 3 keys to developing character that every teen needs.
A simple plan for your recovery can do a lot! How to create it? See here.
Nicotine is addictive! Read more here about the nature of nicotine addiction, its signs and symptoms, as well as ways to address it.
Vicodin dependence is a physical need to take the drug regularly in order to function normally on daily basis. Is dependence the same as addiction? How can you end a period of dependence and become Vicodin-free? We explore here.
Treatment for a Percocet addiction often involves time in a rehab program, which can be expensive. Find out more about the cost of Percocet rehab in this article and know what to expect before you seek treatment.
A visual representation of the amount of time meth remains detectable on urine, hair, saliva, and blood tests.
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) estimates that 12% of children in the United States live with a parent who either has a drug or alcohol dependency or abuses psychoactive substances. More on the effects of addiction on the entire family here.
Recovery support groups provide tangible benefits, but are 12-step groups and A.A. the only way? No! There are many other paths to recovery! Learn more about alternatives to A.A. here.